Blockchain technology grew in popularity once again in 2020 and 2021. Businesses from a multitude of industries are embracing new information technologies like the use of sensors, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things or remote sensing. They are seeking to improve the efficiency and trustworthiness of their business processes and to identify new business models.
The annual ‘Navigating Blockchain and Climate Action’ report is prepared by an international team of authors with a diverse set of experiences and insights to track progress according to latest research and use cases – supporting CLI’s role as an international knowledge platform to accelerate climate action through blockchain based innovations.
In this second edition, CLI takes stock of the current state and trends of using blockchain technology for climate action, including emerging success stories, bottlenecks and crunch issues regarding digitizing MRV.
An international team of authors with a diverse set of experiences and insights has produced a seminal report on blockchain/Digital Ledger Technology (DLT) for policymakers, Navigating Blockchain and Climate Action>>
The main benefits of blockchain technology are rooted in three main characteristics: